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Tech Focus - Dynamic Resolution Scaling: A Great Fit For PC Gaming?

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Dynamic Resolution Scaling (DRS) started out life smoothing performance on console titles by lowering rendering resolution on the fly. But the technique is coming to more and more PC titles too. How does it work, what are the gains and how best to let the user configure it? Alex takes a look.


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